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Am I pregnant?

By January 21, 2017 - 10:04am
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on december 19th my boyfriend and I were fooling around and had a sort of unprotected sex, he finished near my vagina and fearing the unknown i purchased and took plan b no more than 12 hours after the incident. I bled for about 3 days. On the 31st, we had sex. after finishing my boyfriend thinks he found a very very small hole near the elastic band that sits closest to the abdomen. Fearing again the unknown i took plan b within in the next 2 hours. I had just finished my period on the 19th so I took 6,000mg of vitamin c to induce a period. I took it from january 1st all the way till the 14th when i got my period. I bleed failry heavily for 6 days instead of my normal 4. I had pretty bad cramps, bleed heavily and there was an immense amount of signs of clotting/shedding of uterine lining. My only concern is that i am still experiencing cramps and i feel a bit nauseous. I read that the most common side effects you experience when you OD on vit c is nausea and cramping. I have yet to actually throw up and it is very minor....Is there even a slight possibility i could be pregnant? i'm just freaking out bc of the nausea.

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Hi, NAhelp.

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January 21, 2017 - 12:27pm
(reply to Helena)

I can not find my original question so I had to resubmit the question. Can you please just answer my question so that I can get answers to a question I obviously need answers to?

January 21, 2017 - 5:25pm
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I answered you question here:



January 21, 2017 - 6:29pm
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